Stray no more

It doesn’t take the latest statistics to know that the problem of animal homelessness in the Philippines remains unchanged.

While the call for its awareness grew, the population of homeless animals seem to have caught up over the years, too.

“As a non-profit organization with two shelters taking care of over 500 rescues, our hearts continue to break knowing millions more of other dogs and cats continue to suffer in the streets, in pounds, under the hands of people who are unkind,” animal welfare group Pawssion Project said.

PAWSSION Project founder and animal rights advocate Malou Perez. Dog rescues of Pawssion Project (left).

As much as they want to attend to every single homeless animal in need, there’s always the struggle to keep resources afloat.

“Every day we work twice, triple as hard as any fur parent there is to make sure our rescues live a better life and are able to eat at least twice a day,” Pawssion Project added.

This is also why they continuously ask for the general public’s help to donate any amount or in-kind for their rescues’ supplies.

“No amount is too small in helping us give these rescues a better life as they await their forever homes,” the group added.


Join Pawssion Project in its strive to raise awareness on the harsh realities of homeless and abandoned animals in its week-long observance of the International Homeless Animals Day 2022.

In partnership with Bonifacio Global City and Bonifacio High Street, Pawssion Project will be hosting a jam-packed celebration with its ‘pawsome’ partners and advocacy allies.

•14 August — Adoption drive with Lara’s Ark, Animal Rescue and Kapon, PETA Asia, Honey Cats PH, Strays Worth Saving (adoption kits are sponsored by Doggo)
•14 August — Low-cost vaccination and microchipping services with PetIdentity (pre-registration is required)
•14 August — Booths with partners Bark & Spark, Presidential Paws, Linya Line, KaraInks Tattoos, PetMed, PawPLife, Pets in Peace
•15 August — Art exhibit for a cause
•17 August — Free spay and neuter drive in partnership with Angkor and Market Market!
•18 August — Animal welfare conference at the Digital Library at Clock In BGC
•20 August — Benefit concert at the Bonifacio High Street

The Alkalis, Milo & Friends, MMDA K9 Corps, Style Javier and Eloisa Jayloni are special guests to the events. Exclusive Pawssion Project merchandise will also be sold.

MILLIONS of abandoned pets continue to suffer under the hands of unkind people.

“This year’s theme is ‘Stray No More: On The Way Home’ because we believe that every stray animal deserves a place they can call their own, may it be with a family or with a kinder community that accepts them no matter what,” Pawssion Project said.

Consider donating to Pawssion Project by visiting the link

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